A Sunday Walk Around the Blogs

Amanuensis Monday: Western Union Telegrams by John Newmark at TransylvanianDutch Genealogy and Family History. A lovely look at how the little things can add perspective and define our ancestors’ lives.

The Georgia Archives recently introduced Georgia Non-Indexed Death Certificates, 1928 – 1930, which I found via a blog post on the Columbus Public Library Genealogy and Local History blog. The site includes step-by-step instructions for searching death certificates from this period. See also: Georgia Death Certificates, 1919 – 1927.

Blount County Articles from TN Genealogy Society and Index to 1795-1819 Deeds by TNGenWeb-Blount County, Tennessee. It’s always nice to hear about new online records and indexes, especially in counties where my ancestors lived!

16 Great-Great Grands of Carol Yates Wilkerson from iPentimento. This is both an interesting and fun way to highlight a certain part of the family tree.

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